Brooklyn, NY • Wednesday, June 13 | Francine ProseAcclaimed author Francine Prose joins A Public Space Academy for a Master Class on subtext.
Brooklyn, NY • Saturday, July 14 | Gordon LishLegendary editor Gordon Lish joins A Public Space Academy this summer for a three-hour Master Class on the art of revision.
Brooklyn, NY • Wednesday, July 11 | Yiyun LiAward-winning author and contributing editor to A Public Space Yiyun Li joins A Public Space Academy for a three-hour Master Class on autobiographical writing.
Brooklyn, NY • June 19 – July 10 | John HaskellIn this four-week introductory workshop on the essay as a narrative form, we will—as both serious readers and engaged practitioners—try to find some possible ways to begin to answer these questions. The course will include critical reading; developing ideas; and a healthy and vigorous discussion of what it takes for a contemporary essay to rise above the din.
Brooklyn, NY • June 4 – July 9 | Elizabeth GaffneyThis workshop is designed specifically for writers working on a novel and structured for writers at various stages of the writing process, from drafting, planning, outlining and plotting to revising, honing and refining. Each class will focus on one craft topic and will deal with texts at both the micro and macro levels.
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